On figure 3a it looks like the F1 is F0*2 and F2 is F1*2 and so on. Should not F2 be F0*3?
You are correct. The third sine-wave curve is wrong. The author and the author send their thanks for your sharp eye!--the editors
posted by Steinar Myren
August 11, 2008
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